Nigerian artiste, Davido, was spotted at his son's second birthday party despite sharing an estranged relationship with his Babymama, Chioma. In a video uploaded on social media, Davido was clearly ecstatic all through his time at the party.
Davido's cousin, Shina Rambo, was also one of the famous personalities who attended the special occasion.In a video posted on Chioma's Instagram timeline, Davido gave out lovely birthday gifts to his two-year-old son, Ifeanyi. The Nigerian artiste was seen unwrapping gifts during the course of the party.
Davido is known to be one of the most influential celebrities in the entertainment industry at the moment. That is exactly why it is not surprising when he is shown great attention on social media.
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Davido made the right decision to attend Ifeanyi's birthday party
We all know Davido isn't in good terms with the mother of his son. However, it would have been a terrible decision if he had decided not to attend his son's birthday party.
Davido's attitude at the party proves to us that he put his differences with Chioma aside just to make her son's birthday party a remarkable one.
Do you think fans would have overlooked it if Davido didn't attend his son's birthday party? Drop your comments and let's see what you think.
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